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An on-line archive of articles and commentary on renewable energy, community power, electric vehicles, and Advanced Renewable Tariffs. Follow the links to learn more about Paul Gipe's new book Wind Energy for the Rest of Us.

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  • December 6, 2016,   by Craig Morris, IASS Potsdam

    28 videos on the Energiewende with an emphasis on the Electricity Rebels who sparked a renewable energy revolution in Germany.

    December 4, 2016,   by Karl-Friedrich Lenz

    I also note that the proposal still includes “feed-in tariffs” in the definition of “support schemes”, which remains completely unchanged.

    November 29, 2016,   by Adam Vaughan

    The French nuclear industry is in its “worst situation ever” because of a spate of plant closures in France and the complexities it faces with the UK’s Hinkley Point C power station, according to a...

    November 25, 2016,   by Craig Morris

    At present, around the third of France’s nuclear fleet is currently off-line as safety experts inspect small cracks in containment vessels. Earlier this year, we learned that improper manufacturing...

    November 21, 2016,   by Craig Morris

    The documentary thus is an ad for thorium and cleverly begins with one in order to appear more objective; a comic strip version of the late nuclear expert Alvin Weinberg tells viewers he i

  • December 4, 2016,   by Alena Mae S. Flores

    Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi is not inclined to a third round of feed-in tariff to ease the burden of consumers from high electricity rates.

    November 29, 2016,   by Roy L Hales

    As of October 30, only 0.79 GW of new capacity has been added this year. Germany’s critics are once again hailing the imminent demise of this nation’s renewable revolution. What happened to Germany’s...

    November 28, 2016,  

    The European Commission approved on November 28 the Czech Republic’s support scheme for renewable energy projects. The move should put several years of recurring uncertainty over the state payments...

    November 28, 2016,   by Jed Macapagal

    The Department of Energy (DOE) has yet to resolve the issues hounding the second round of feed-in-tariff for solar power projects (solar FIT2), as some players are contesting the qualifications of...

    November 21, 2016,   by Anna Hirtenstein and Onur Ant

    Turkey is seeking to become a manufacturing hub for the renewable-energy industry by implementing the world’s strictest rules on local content.

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